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Seeking Century rods info

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These are available now. They will have the full line up in RI at the show. They'll also have the SS1209 jig rod for the canal,they'll be taking orders for those as I believe there's just one there. Definitely stop by the booth at RISAA.

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22 hours ago, AFMike said:

The Century 1209 is easier to fish than the Allstar 1209(which is a great Canal stick).

Less abuse on your body, much easier to cast. 

i think, you are referring to the , Rainshadow  1209,  the All-Star1209, is of a different rod than the Rainshadow...

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On 3/17/2019 at 6:42 AM, Drew C. said:

Their website is pretty bad. The info isn’t in a good format and it’s not really current. It’s also been like that forever. 

I am agree with you about their website, I went there twice but some how I could not enjoy browsing….

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On 3/23/2019 at 11:48 AM, AFMike said:

The Century 1209 is easier to fish than the Allstar 1209(which is a great Canal stick).

Less abuse on your body, much easier to cast. 

ya but hows it lift the jig

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On 3/25/2019 at 1:24 PM, emptyhook said:

Maybe Tims can give him some pointers or recommend a guy that can take care of his site. 

It's probably a case of being penny wise and pound foolish. Or maybe the website was built by someone in the family, and Mom says we can't upset Billy by replacing his work.

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On 5/22/2020 at 11:21 PM, bassmaster said:

ya but hows it lift the jig

, BM, I AGREE, Casting jigs is one thing,but to my  way of thinking, the rod's ability to lift, hold, and allow the jig flutter back down, are a more important consideration.......the lift is everything, any rod with proper lure rating , sure, can cast...

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On 5/24/2020 at 11:40 AM, lureman said:

, BM, I AGREE, Casting jigs is one thing,but to my  way of thinking, the rod's ability to lift, hold, and allow the jig flutter back down, are a more important consideration.......the lift is everything, any rod with proper lure rating , sure, can cast...

Isn't a good downward flutter more a matter of the angler's technique, rather than the rod's action?

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no not really, you need the proper rod, for heavy jigging, including for downward flutter, sure, sure, i have seem big fish caught jigging with the most unpopular rod for jigging, but for the majority of the time, to put yourself, in the driver seat, its  important to  have a proper " Jigging" rod , at the CCC. - Butch N.

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On 3/31/2021 at 7:59 PM, BrianBM said:

Isn't a good downward flutter more a matter of the angler's technique, rather than the rod's action?

Hi Brian,its more the rod first, then the anglers technique....

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